Well that was an interesting start to the week. Monday’s post broke all the records here on Betwixt and Between. I had more traffic that day than any other in the year-and-a-half I have been writing. It was also the most up-front and honest I have been on here. If you want to see more of that side of me, just say so in the comments and I will make more of an effort.
Today however, I’m going to show you some of the scrapbooking projects I completed in January. If you follow me on Instagram or Studio Calico, you will likely have already seen them, but for everyone else, here are the pages (and card) I created for Studio Calico’s Cyber Crop:
Challenge #1 was to create a page inspired by something in your inspiration book. I picked this one by Tina Aszmus and here is my take:
Challenge #2 was a colour palette challenge. Stress Baking would have to be my favorite layout of all the layouts I did for the crop.
Challenge #4 was to create a page with an old kit – I used Neverland and I combined it with challenge #7 which was a sketch challenge.
Early Riser was created for Challenges #5 and #8. One required the use of die-cuts and the other some form of layering. I am not normally any good at layering, but I am very happy with the way this one turned out.
Finally Challenge #9 was a card sketch. Cards are not normally in my wheelhouse, but if you aren’t going to stretch for a challenge, then when will you? I’m glad I did. I really like the design and the matching envelope.
Sadly I didn’t win any of the challenges, but I did get a ton of really good feedback. I am also beginning to warm to 12×12 scrapping. If you would like to know any more about the Studio Calico Cyber Crop, click here. If you have any questions regarding paper and elements or anything else for that matter, just leave them in the comments.